Alisa Fleming ~ Last week I had the opportunity to see a live cooking demo by the Spork Sisters (Have you ever seen them? These ladies are true performers!) and taste some delicacies made with the Go Veggie! Dairy-Free Cheese Alternative product line. It was a special launch party for the Go Veggie! brand (formerly known as Galaxy Nutritional Foods), including their new packaging and new products.
For those of us who are dairy-free and/or vegan, the new Go Veggie! look is cute and more clear, but keeps the same easy color-coding – we should look for the purple packaging, which indicates dairy-free. The green packaged vegetarian line is lactose-free, but contains casein (milk protein), so stick with the purple!
- They are free of gluten and the top eight allergens (milk, wheat, soy, egg, nut, etc.)
- They melt (yes, seriously! That is the Caprese Style Grilled Cheese at right that the Spork Sisters made )
- They actually add cheesy flavor (unlike some “shred” brands that tend to be a little bland)
As for that giveaway, Go Veggie! gave me not one, but two awesome chico bags full of goodies from the event! I’m keeping one for myself (this is good stuff!), but one of you will win the other, complete with all of the following:
- Spork-Fed (Cookbook): Super Fun and Flavorful Vegan Recipes from the Sisters of Spork Foods
- VegNews Magazine: The Summer Special Issue
- A Chico Bag: I love, love, love these durable, portable, packable bags!
- Emani Mineral Cosmetics: Two full size products! Includes an eco-friendly / vegan lip gloss, blush, and a bonus primer sample
- A Free Product Coupon: For any Go Veggie! Dairy Free Product
- Crazu Rumors Lip Balm: In amaretto, yum!
- ‘Glass Walls’ DVD: by Paul McCartney with gift recipes from PETA
This Giveaway is Complete and We have a Winner:
Congratulations to Angie, the winner of the Go Veggie! Prize Package!
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Comment on this post and tell me … What would you make first with this dairy-free cheese alternative?